January 12, 2020, 1:15 pm
3751 North Broadway
Chicago, IL 60613
Memory Unearthed offers a rare glimpse of life inside the Lodz ghetto during World War II through the lens of Polish Jewish photojournalist Henryk Ross. In 1940, Ross was confined to the Lodz ghetto and put to work by the Statistics Department as a photographer, taking official photographs for Jewish identification cards and
Memory Unearthed presents more than 300 of Ross’s powerful photographs, comprising a moving, intimate visual record of life and death inside the ghetto.
We will tour the exhibit and also visit the 3D hologram Survivor Stories Experience.
Our tour will be led by Docent and Sisterhood Member Susan Weininger.
Registration closes January 3